What is the difference between a misdemeanor and a felony?

A misdemeanor is a crime that is deemed less serious in the eyes of the law. When dealing with damaged property or stolen money, the judgment of whether it is a misdemeanor or a felony often depends on the value of the damage (if it is over a certain amount it will be considered a felony). For more serious crimes like rape, armed robbery, or murder, these are always considered felony cases.

For more information on misdemeanor and felony charges, contact Dallas expungement lawyer Mark T. Lassiter today at 214-651-1121.

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